From sandwiches to scrambled eggs, these tasty recipes put smoked salmon to excellent use.
The wispy texture and distinct taste of smoked salmon make it the oh-so-delicious star of any recipe in which it appears.
Be sure to look for salmon that's labeled "wild Alaskan." That way you can be sure you're getting sustainable seafood.
Put this fish to simple and elegant use with this recipe for Smoked Salmon with Tangy Horseradish Sauce.
Although smoked Irish salmon is traditional, any smoked salmon will work in this dish.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon with Tangy Horseradish Sauce
This salad is all about crunch, with toasted walnuts, crisp apple, and celery. Look for wheat berries in the grain or bulk
section of your supermarket. Save your celery leaves for a beautiful and delicious garnish.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon and Wheat Berry Salad
We cut the calories and sat fat typically found in this dish in half by using light cream cheese and sour cream.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon Dip
This decadent sandwich would be perfect for brunch. You can also use soft-boiled eggs in place of the poached eggs.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon and Egg Sandwich
These savory pancakes are dressed perfectly with fresh lemon-chive cream and smoked salmon. Breakfast time, or anytime, these
are a must try.
View Recipe: Corn Pancakes with Smoked Salmon and Lemon-Chive Cream
This scrumptious low-cal finger food was developed by reader Abigail McMahon who was inspired by Ireland. "I love Ireland
and the country's wonderful food. When I think of Irish food, the first items that come to mind are potatoes, salmon, and
cheese." Luckily, this recipe has all three.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon and Cheese Mini Twice-Baked Potatoes
This sandwich is basically a riff on Hawaii's beloved lomi-lomi salmon, a salad of salted fish and tomatoes.
View Recipe: Open-Faced Smoked Salmon Sandwich
Great for breakfast or dinner, this casserole is easy to make and great as leftovers, too!
View Recipe: Salmon and Potato Casserole
This elegant appetizer features toasted baguette slices topped with smoked salmon, fresh herbs, and creamy cheese spread.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon Crostini
Hot smoked salmon, used in place of the bacon often found in traditional chowder recipes, adds heart-healthy fats and protein.
Great made ahead, this soup gets better with time.
View Recipe: Sweet Corn Chowder with Hot-Smoked Salmon
L.E.O. refers to the winning combination of lox, eggs, and onions in this savory scramble. It's a New York diner favorite
that’s easy to prepare at home.
View Recipe: L.E.O. Scramble
Use any combination of herbs you like for this easy and tasty starter. We chose the trio of chives, tarragon, and dill, but
feel free to use your culinary imagination for this one.
View Recipe: Deviled Eggs with Smoked Salmon and Herbs
Eat breakfast like the New Yorkers do. Top a toasted bagel with cream cheese, smoked salmon, dill, and a bit of lemon zest,
and you're good to go!
View Recipe: Cream Cheese and Smoked Salmon Bagel
The crisp cracker crust of this pizza makes a pleasing contrast to the velvety soft salmon.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon Thin-Crust Pizza
You'll love everything about this sandwich, from the crunchy whole-wheat baguette to the sweet and tangy relish—not to mention
the flavorful smoked salmon. You and your family will be raving about this one.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon Sandwiches with Ginger Relish
This recipe is perfect for a quick party appetizer. You can make the salmon mixture up to a day in advance. Sprinkle with
chopped parsley for a more finished look.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon in Cucumber Boats
In this dish, smoked salmon is used to create a Spanish tortilla with buttery potatoes, onions, and dill. You can make it
the night before and refrigerate. Serve at room temperature the next day.
View Recipe: Smoked Salmon and Dill Tortilla
Cotija is a salty aged Mexican cheese that works perfectly with the hot smoked salmon in this quesadilla. Shredded Monterey
Jack helps hold the quesadillas together.
View Recipe: Hot Smoked Salmon Quesadillas